Death Before Dishonor has a sense of hardcore history in
their sound, but they step outside of that with influences
in metal, classic punk, and hardcore that finds a spot
somewhere between Hatebreed and Dropkick Murphys.
This is catchier, heavier, faster, and more punishing
that any hardcore record this year and one listen will
prove that there is more to every song than a crushing
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Dennis from Weston, FL
Jul 7 2008
Some of the best Hardcore that is out right now! Every song is good. Brings back the old school Agnostic Front and Sick of it All.
Mark from San Francisco, CA
Sep 12 2007
Powerful hardcore from one of Boston's finest groups. So far everything that I've heard from Bridge Nine Reords has been pretty fucking awesome, and this is no exception. There are definately some metal influences going on here, but just enough melody to keep it grounded to the hardcore punk genre. Excellent musicianship and spot on production value make this a must.
One of the hardest albums I've heard this year. Nice.
Joseph from Columbus, OH
Aug 28 2007
This is great inspirational hardcore. The first one I've gotten from Bridge Nine.
On the item description page this band was compared to Dropkick Murphys. I didn't really hear the resemblance until the bonus untitled track 13. That song sounds like the guys from DM are singing the song with them.
Track 1 is a bonus instrumental track, not a bad one. Instrument only songs aren't really my thing but that one was pretty good.
Anyway, buy this if you need something to lift your spirits & pull you out of any rut or dark times you're going through in your life right now.